Overview

     Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
The name "Spiti" means "The middle land", i.e. the land between Tibet and India.
The valley and surrounding region is one of the least populated regions in India and is the gateway to the northernmost reaches of the nation.Spiti valley is a research and cultural centre for Buddhists.

   Key Monastery and Tabo Monastery, are one of the oldest monasteries in the world and a favourite of the Dalai Lama, are most prominent attractions in Spiti.
Spiti valley is accessible throughout year via Kinnaur from Shimla route on a difficult 412-kilometre-long (256 mi) road.From June till September is probably the best time to visit Spiti by road.The ideal time to visit Spiti is from May to October.

Things to Remember

  • You should allow a couple of days to acclimatize before heading up to the higher villages in Spiti. In addition, you should drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration.
  • You MUST KEEP yourself warm enough always with proper woolen clothing and always wear shoes all the time with socks.

Route: Delhi – Shimla – Narkanda – Sangla – Chitkul – Sangla – Kalpa – Nako – Tabo – Kaza – Chandra Taal – Manali – Delhi

9 Nights 10 Days Available on request
Highlights
  • Manali
  • Kamru Fort
  • Pin Valley
  • Oldest Monasteries
  • Explore Sangla, Chitkul, Kibber, Kaza regions
  • Spiti River,Baspa River
  • Nako Lake,Nako Monastery
  • Chandratal
Inclusions/Exclusions

What is included in the tour

  • Transportation from Delhi To Delhi
  • Accommodation (Camps/ Hotel)
  • Meals on MAP basis
  • First aid
  • Experienced Guide
  • All Entries & Permits

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Extra Stay In Manali
  • Medical expenses other than First aid.
  • Medical Insurance
  • Personal Expenses Like any Beverages which we'll not providing
  • Shopping
  • Food charges during Train / Air & Bus Journey.
  • Any Travel Expenses which are not specifically mentioned in “Inclusions”
Itinerary

Day 1 : Delhi – Shimla

  • Our Departure to Shimla is from ‘Majnu Ka Tila’ (New Aruna Nagar Colony),a famous Tibetan settlement in Delhi.
  • Backpackers will need to Majnu Ka Tila bus stop at 05:00 p.m.
  • We will take a bus for Shimla from here.

Day 2 : Shimla

  • Reach Shimla by morning and let's get acclimatize for a day.
  • Stay at Shimla.

Day 3 : Shimla – Narkand – Sangla

  • Sightseeing: Temples at Narkanda, Sangla.
  • Stay at Sangla.

Day 4 : Sangla – Chitkul – Sangla

  • Visit to India's last village and return back to the room.
  • Stay at Sangla.

Day 5 : Sangla – Kalpa – Suicide Point – Kalpa

  • Visit Monastery and local Sightseeing then we'll visit the most Photographed Place Suicide Point and return back to the hotel.
  • Stay at Kalpa.

Day 6 : Kalpa – Nako

  • Nako is A Beautiful village so experience local food and their serene locality.
  • Sightseeing: Nako Village, Nako Lake, Nako Monastery.
  • Stay at Nako.

Day 7 : Nako – Kaza

  • Sightseeing: Gue Village and Mummy Temple,Spiti River, Tabo Monastery,Dhankar Lake.
  • Stay at Kaza.

Day 8 : Kaza

  • Kaza Sightseeing: Key Monastery, Chicham Bridge, Last Post Office & etc.
  • Return back to room and stay.

Day 9 : Kaza – Chandra Taal

Day 10 : Chandra Taal – Manali

Day 11

  • If you want to stay on Manali then you can stay your own or if you want to go Delhi then we'll book your ticket and see off.
Things To Carry

1. Identity Card

2. Adequate Cash ( No ATMs available throughout the Journey)

3. Backpack, Trekking Shoes, Water bottle

4. Inner thermals

5. A fleece jacket or windcheater jacket or windproof jacket to prevent the winds

6. Torch with Extra Batteries

7. Some ready to eat food like plum cakes, fruits, dry fruits, chocolates, biscuits, etc.

8. Any prescribed personal medicine (e.g.anti-allergic medicines suggested by doctor).